When planning your bathroom layout, you need to consider the current configuration. It will indicate where the plumbing is, most significantly, the soil pipe. As the soil pipe leads directly outside, it is difficult to reposition and not worth the extra cost.
We suggest beginning your bathroom layout plan from the position of the toilet and working around that. Other components in the room can be adjusted if preferred. Kiasu can solve any plumbing needs, from installations to repairs. With 24/7 services and no call-out charge, we are proactive in saving our customers money.
Bath, Shower, Or Both?
If your bathroom is of an older design, it will most likely have a combined bath and shower. It is a great way to save space, however not always necessary. Many modern bathroom designs don’t include a bath at all, all depending on your preferences.
When planning your layout, you could also consider whether you can fit a separate bath and shower, especially if your bathroom is larger. L-shaped bathtubs are a good option if you only have room for a bath/shower as they give you extra space to shower without eating up too much of your floor space.